Claude 2022-09-22 03:44:13

"Unbelievable" has seen 2020 from 2019, and watched the seventh episode in one go until 2:00 in the morning. It was really sleepy. It seems that as time goes by, the enthusiasm for watching the drama is still there, but the body can't bear it anymore.

Not a movie review, just write something stupid.

First, the story is based on true events. The reality is more cruel than the movie. I don't know how much of the TV series is the original restoration, and which of them have added dramatic elements. I have also seen some reports on some public accounts one after another. Many victims are reluctant to report after being attacked, for fear of receiving secondary injuries. It can be seen from Mary's recollection and retelling of the case process over and over again. Every memory is a hurt. The police in charge of the case may have taken the worst approach, don't waste my time, I have to protect the public.

On the contrary, the methods and methods of the subsequent two female police officers made people feel more comfortable. Although Detective Duvall did not like the accent and tone of his speech, the way of speaking felt like a textbook, and it was easy to get closer to others. When I opened my heart, what touched me the most was that I don't remember the original words. This is a decision you made. There is no need to apologize or explain it to me. It can be said that it is about the importance of speaking well.

In fact, the feeling after reading it is, is there any problem with the judicial system? This story does not seem to reflect it. There is a compensation agency that says that whether there is physical injury or not, you can apply for corresponding compensation. It should be said The system is actually pretty good. From 2008 to 2011, the progress of scientific and technological means was limited, and the reform of the system was limited, but when different police officers were in charge of cases, they produced different results. Mary was neglected, splashed with dirty water, and suffered even more terrible things after her assault. There is a paragraph in it that says that 30% (or 40%) of those who have domestic violence in the police system are still on the job, and the black boss in the police system is indifferent when he talks about something, something like that. The feeling is that, no matter how perfect and superior the system is, it is still each individual who will implement the system in the end, and there will be differences between individuals, and the result will be such a big difference. It seems that this can only be improved by continuing to optimize the system. After all, not everyone is a perfectionist.

Mary's redress after 3 years, what if she jumped off the bridge at that time? Maybe the story is deeper, of course, this is an adaptation of a real event, and can't be nonsense. Finally, I feel that after a series of events, I believe that human nature is good and live bravely. Thinking of the Nie Shubin case, there must be many stories in the process of the case. The case was commuted, but the person was gone. I don't know when this movie will be released.

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